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Christmas creativity for children in Moreton-in-Marsh

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Get creative this Christmas in Moreton-in-Marsh with the Corinium Museum’s Outreach Service.

Outreach Officer, Helen Arbon will be holding a ‘Festive Fun’ workshop at Cotswold District Council’s Moreton Area Centre on Thursday, December 20th.

Suitable for 7 to 12-year-olds, ‘Festive Fun’ is a creative, art workshop with a Victorian theme from 2.30pm to 4.00pm.

Children will have the opportunity to make Victorian style cards and decorations for their Christmas tree – just in time for the festive season.

There will be plenty of sparkle on offer, with gold and silver paper, sequins and glitter as well as doilies, coloured feathers, tissue paper and other art materials.

Spaces are limited, so to avoid disappointment please contact the Moreton Area Centre on 01608 650881 to make a booking.

The workshop costs £4.00 per child or £2.00 for annual season ticket holders or Friends of the Corinium Museum.

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